[QUOTE=Azazelbe;2057914]Now I wanted to look at the pics again but the DVD’s couldn’t be read. They were a little scrathed so I took them to a shop and had them polished so they were like new. But I couldn’t read them. I tried a couple of “rescue”-programs such as CD-recovery-toolbox but that didn’t work either. Finally, today, I tried to put them in a slower DVD-reader, a first generation, but it couldn’t read the files either. [/QUOTE]
I suspect it’s a question of knowing the technical details of how you actually burned those DVD’s: file system, -R or -RW, special software, etc.
You might try IsoBuster – I’ve found it useful for looking at bad CD/DVD – and see of you recognize anything. One useful feature is ‘find missing files and folders’ (see the topic ‘Data Recovery’ in the help file.)
I’m pretty sure that the free version can be used – it may not be able to extract the data, but at least you’ll learn if there’s anything at all to be found. If there is, the full version should do the job – if there isn’t, there’s no point in getting the full version.